Here is a strategy to help you realize your goals. I just call it the method of continuous improvement as it is to get involved personally to get more and more results every day.

The method of continuous improvement depends mainly on the implication that you have to rely on yourself and your conviction to succeed. It also depends on your determination and your ability to learn from each of your initiatives to solve problems and impasses and increase your efficiency.

This method is demanding, but it’s worth it. This is the reason why I present this method: it takes advantage of all that we have seen in other articles.

This method depends on the Law of Accelerating Returns to success. Under this law, the more you take more initiatives, the more you concern yourself about your personal fulfillment, your goals, your vision and your efficiency, the more results you get quickly and easily.

Remember that good habits are hard to inculcate, but when you do that, they become very easy to maintain and create a pleasant and constructive living environment.

How Do You Eat an Elephant?

A difficult question? Maybe it’s never crossed your mind, relishing the taste of those giant beasts. But I don’t mean this literally: elephants here mean the ambitious goals that each of us gives ourselves in life. These goals can be daunting because of their size. So how do you eat an elephant? The answer is simple: one bite at a time!

As you integrate positive changes into your life, you will see how easy it is to get good results quickly. But we must start slowly. You may not see all the changes you want to make your life like a mountain (or like an elephant).

The mountain is to climb high and you may get discouraged. Concentrate instead on the simplicity of each step of the way taking care not to lose yourself and not forget to savor the satisfaction of enjoying the beauty of the landscape that stretches out before you.

Any improvement is gradual, and only through patience and discipline can you enjoy the pleasure of each step and feed your perseverance.

It’s all very well, you might say, but what this famous method of continuous improvement? Here’s how I would summarize it. Do you think it could be possible to begin now your process of personal realization, setting goals and taking action? Do you think you can improve your life by one percent in a week? In fact, what I ask of you is to start now to improve your life. Do you accept my challenge?

The result of this challenge is a method that encompasses your entire life. But let me tell you a little secret. If you want to take my challenge today and not next week, just start now to work on an activity that will guarantee good results.

Note: This method is based on the concept of continuous improvement developed W. Edwards Deming, whom we consider as the father of the economic revolution in Japan after the Second World War.